Energy First 2024 Workshop


Energy is physics concept that is prominent in many other science disciplines. In the Energy-First physics curriculum, energy is the starting point for the rest of the course. Problem-solving is initially more tractable for students, due to the scalar nature of energy (compared with kinematics or forces). In this workshop, you will learn more about this approach, available supporting materials, and how you can implement it in your courses.


Chris Fischer (University of Kansas)


For introductory physics instructors who seek new ways to connect their courses with students who are not physics majors.

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